Middlesex Borough's Vital Statistics Department maintains records of births, marriages, civil unions, domestic partnerships and deaths that occur in Middlesex Borough.
If you are entering into a Marriage, the Marriage License must be obtained from the Registrar in the New Jersey municipality in which either applicant resides. If both parties are not residents of New Jersey, the license must be obtained from the Registrar of the municipality where the ceremony is to be performed and is only good for use in that municipality. Recommendation is to come in for your appointment at least two weeks before the ceremony. If you have any questions, please contact the Deputy Registrar at 732.356.7400 x238 or the Registrar at 732.356.7400 x236.
Please fill out the attached link submit it to the Registrar’s Office. Once it has been submitted, please call the Registrar's Office at 732.356.7400 x238 to schedule an appointment. Appointment hours are Monday - Friday 9:00am – 11:00am.
Certified Copies - Birth, Marriages, Death
Certified copies of vital records of all births, deaths, marriages that occur within the Borough of Middlesex are available from Registrar’s Office where the event occurred.
The fee is $10.00 per copy. The fee is payable with cash, money order or a check made out to the Borough of Middlesex. We do not accept credit or debit cards.
The Borough of Middlesex complies with the requirements of the State Department of Vital Statistics and Registry regarding who is eligible to receive a certified copy of a vital record. You will need to fully identify the record and provide proof of your identity, current residence and, if appropriate, your relationship to the person listed on the vital record you are requesting. If your last name on your driver’s license is different than your last name on the birth certificate (if you are the mother, if it is different than your maiden or the father’s last name), please include a copy of your marriage certificate.
The Borough of Middlesex is transitioning to electronic forms to save time and reduce costs. The following forms are currently available on the web site:
It is the responsibility of the Zoning/Code Enforcement Officer to enforce the regulations of the Codes of Middlesex Borough. The aforementioned Codes govern the use and development of all buildings and lands within Middlesex Borough.
The Construction Department is here to assist Township property owners when they are making any construction changes or renovations to their property and structures. Our office has jurisdiction over building, plumbing, electric and fire changes or improvements. The Department's main goal is to ensure that any and all work is code compliant and that proper techniques and procedures are followed for your safety and protection.